Greene, a 1990 Furman business administration alumna, is the first female to be appointed city manager in the 84-year history of the position.
Andrew Brown's return to the court Nov. 6 after surgery-gone-bad was anything but "routine."
Professional cyclist Chris Butler, a 2010 Furman business and accounting and economics graduate, has a new outlet for his competitive drive.
The Paladin Career Trek program gives students the opportunity to meet alumni mentors and explore a wide range of fields in New York City.
The new graduate degree program is made possible through a collaboration with the Miami Ad School @ Portfolio Center in Atlanta.
Furman Business Professor Tom Smythe talks about the pros and cons of college students having a credit card in their own name in a Q & A for Wallet Hub.
His talk, “International Trade: Where Do We Go From Here?” begins at noon at the Upcountry History Museum-Furman University.
Kate Dabbs ’09, Drew Dezen ’12, Nick Hollstegge ’07 and Monty Turner ’11 were honored by Greenville Business Magazine.
Marra Burton '20 got a crash course in golf broadcasting by shadowing CBS analyst Dottie Pepper '87
Is the European Union America's foe? Hardly, write professors Brent Nelsen and Tom Smythe, and especially not in the Upstate of South Carolina.